Line operator is an entry level position into CNC machining and requires no previous CNC experience. Starting pay(including shift differential) can range from: $16.50 to $19.01 + $1.00 for working 2nd or 3rd shift. As the manufacturing industry evolves more automated processes, CNC machining has become a highly sought after skill. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a long term career in manufacturing that wants to develop the technical skills needed to succeed.
Working as a Line Operator you are responsible for safely and efficiently maintaining a CNC production line in a highly automated environment. This is a position that requires great attention to detail. Much of your day will be spent performing quality inspections to ensure that each and every part produced is perfect. One of the many things that makes this role so important is that often you will be the last person that handles the part before the customer. This means you are the last line of defense when it comes to quality.